Akron Aeros

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The Akron Aeros, led by skipper Torey Lovullo, won the 2005 Eastern League championship. They have played in Canal Park since 1997. Prior to that, the club played in Canton, Ohio and was known as the Canton-Akron Indians. On October 29, 2013, it was announced that the team would be changing its name to the Akron RubberDucks.

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching coach
1997 51-90 10th Jeff Datz Minnie Mendoza Tony Arnold
1998 81-60 3rd Joel Skinner Lost in 1st round Billy Williams Tony Arnold
1999 69-71 7th Joel Skinner Eric Fox Tony Arnold
2000 75-68 6th Eric Wedge Mike Sarbaugh Carl Willis
2001 68-74 7th Chris Bando Mike Sarbaugh Terry Clark
2002 93-48 1st Brad Komminsk Lost in 1st round Mike Sarbaugh Terry Clark
2003 88-53 1st Brad Komminsk League Champs Mike Sarbaugh Steve Lyons
2004 63-78 11th Brad Komminsk Sean McNally Steve Lyons
2005 84-58 1st Torey Lovullo League Champs Wayne Kirby Greg Hibbard
2006 87-55 1st Tim Bogar Lost League Finals Felix Fermin Scott Radinsky
2007 80-61 3rd Tim Bogar Lost League Finals Lee May Jr. Greg Hibbard
2008 80-62 3rd Mike Sarbaugh Lost League Finals Lee May Jr. Tony Arnold
2009 89-53 1st Mike Sarbaugh League Champs Lee May Jr. Ruben Niebla
2010 71-71 7th Joel Skinner Jim Rickon Greg Hibbard
2011 73-69 6th Chris Tremie Rouglas Odor Tony Arnold
2012 82-59 1st Chris Tremie League Champs Rouglas Odor Tony Arnold
2013 68-73 8th (t) Edwin Rodriguez Jim Rickon Greg Hibbard
First pitch thrown out during a game in June 2013 by a Serbian Army officer.